A Clock and A Thought

time” by stefanos papachristou on Flicr.
How many times have you waited for the right moment?

Experiments run deep. The idea of expression limited to profit runs even deeper. When was the last time you didn’t think about money?

It seems every action has an equal but opposite cost. At least in the world of creative endeavors.

Who then decides which is worthy of a monthly fee?

When will it be sold to the most bitter bidder?

If one must compromise their own voice in order to find a life worth living, is their life still the one they thought worth compromise?

It’s easier to ask these questions than to answer them, but it’s also easier to live in hypocrisy than it is to know what you really want to do. The stars then guide a thought down a different path. The question is no longer that of desire and want, but of time and expiration, if not experimentation.

How much longer do you have?

When are you too old to run a fool’s errand?

time” by Sean MacEntee on Flickr.

As a chill runs down the older among you, as the ticking clock catches up to the insomnia, you will remember a nostalgic thought of a time when things weren’t so chaotic.

A time when things were simple.

A time when the possibilities of tomorrow could be put off to next year.

What do you want to do?

Listen to this week’s episode, Episode 108 — Glass, Moving, Wednesday:

Written by John Bauer of Comatose.

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